Anthony Marsiglio Death – Anthony Marsiglio, a beloved son and brother has sadly passed away. He died on Saturday 19th August 2023 after a deadly car accident that took place in Westmoreland County. He was confirmed dead through a Facebook post that reads “Just got some terrible terrible news. A very good friend of ours was killed in a car crash last night. Tony Marsiglio we love you”. According to information, the crash occurred at approximately 2 a.m. on the 9300 block of Barnes Lake Road.
How did the accident happen?
According to evidence published by the The Westmoreland County Coroner, Tony was going east on the road when for some unexplained reason, he failed to negotiate a bend and skidded off the side of the road his car subsequently hit a utility pole and overturned multiple times. He was thrown from his vehicle, and paramedics pronounced him dead at the scene of the accident. Further investigation by the coroner indicated that alcohol and speeding were contributing factors to the accident, and the victim had not been wearing a seat belt. He was the only person in his vehicle at any given time.
Anthony Marsiglio’s obituary will be released by the family
RELATED ARTICLE – Tyler J. Cubakovic of North Huntingdon Township died in Westmoreland County accident in July 2022
A fatal accident occurred in North Huntingdon, Westmoreland County, resulting in the demise of a man. The incident took place shortly past 9 p.m. on Saturday on Maple Lane. Tyler J. Cubakovic, a 29-year-old resident of North Huntingdon Township, was identified as the individual by the Westmoreland County Coroner’s office.
The crash involved a solitary vehicle, and the fatality was confined to the sole occupant of that vehicle. As per the coroner’s report, Cubakovic failed to negotiate a left curve in the road, leading to a collision with a substantial rock or tree. Tragically, he was pronounced dead at the scene. The examination by the coroner’s office indicates that excessive speed may have played a role in the incident. Notably, Cubakovic was secured by a seatbelt at the time of the crash.
The cause of death was determined to be the result of severe blunt force injuries sustained during the collision, with the incident classified as an accident according to the findings of the coroner’s office.
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